By Randal Root
A Tester's consultant to .NET Programming focuses completely on utilized programming ideas for testers. you are going to easy methods to write basic computerized exams, permitting you to check instruments and utilities. additionally, you will find out about the real ideas riding glossy programming at the present time, like multitier functions and object-oriented programming. extra companies are adopting .NET applied sciences, and this publication will equip you to evaluate software program robustness and function. even if you are an skilled programmer who is strange with checking out suggestions, or you are an skilled tester versed in VB .NET and C#, the integrated real-world information and instance code may also help you begin your tasks.
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NET Framework libraries where routines for accessing system information are stored. Why? The libraries are organized into locations where, hopefully, the developers can find them more easily for their purposes. We testers are still able to get to them too, it just wasn’t set up with us in mind. It’s not necessary to know where everything is and what it’s called right away to be useful within a test project. This book will introduce you to some key namespaces for testing. NET namespaces will be very important to your overall testing efforts.
Instead place files within the assembly of your application and use relative paths to reference them, or let the user specify locations by providing options for them to set. ) Of course, these are guidelines to follow within reason. As testers, we are far more likely than developers to write simple testware that ends up being thrown away because it’s a one-time, special-purpose situation we are addressing. And there are times that copying and pasting can be a good thing. The most important of the four “able” qualities is the ability of your testware to be readable.
Another good book is Edward Kit’s Software Testing in the Real World (Addison-Wesley, 1995). NET It is important to recognize that the same rules for developing good software apply to developing good test scripts. Good planning and design are important, as is allowing sufficient time to develop the code and supporting utilities. Goals of Good Testing Software Test scripts, like application code in general, should be • Readable: Using standard naming conventions and constants, and creating project standards for code development make code more readable.